The Old

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Look at this:

What is it you ask? My family found this worn out letter/note in the chest of things my grandfather (paternal) left before he passed away, along with the Leica M3 he left. That there’s written in his handwriting: a perfect cursive. The photo behind it was left with it, a photo of my grandmother in her youthful years. My grandfather was laden with history, layer after layer: living under the Japanese occupation during his childhood, fleeing to the US after the IMF crisis in South Korea, and living out his days in a quiet house in the States. I don’t know what you see from this photo, but sure wish I could have spoken more about it with him before he left for a (hopefully) better world.

What do you see in this photo?

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